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VIDEO: WSDOT building world’s first flexible bridge
The Washington State Department of Transportation is building an offramp from Highway 99 to South Dearborn Street in Seattle ...
California universities working to develop longer-lasting highways
The recent wet weather in the Bay Area has caused potholes and damage to many of California's roads. The ...
Canadian researchers say bridge safety codes lead to overbuilt bridges, higher costs
A recent study of bridge types and their design requirements conducted by researchers at the University of British Columbia ...
Clemson receives $1.4 million to develop technology to eliminate traffic congestion
Clemson University received $1.4 million in startup financing from the U.S. Department of Transportation for the development of a new ...
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NMSU receives 5-year grant from U.S. DOT to establish regional transportation research center
New Mexico State University received a five-year grant and nearly $2.5 million for the 2017 fiscal year from the ...
NDSU to receive $2.5 million federal grant for infrastructure preservation study
Researchers from five states—North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming, Utah, and Colorado—hope to develop new ways to preserve and improve ...
MIT research finds road maintenance can lower CO2 emissions
If Congress and drivers need another reason to invest money in road maintenance, reducing greenhouse gas emissions may be it. According ...
Carbon nanotube ‘smart skin’ may identify bridge issues before a collapse
Before a bridge collapses, there can be subtle warning signs, but they can be hard to detect. A new study ...
Indestructible bridges could be possible with ‘form-finding’ design process
A new generation of indestructible bridges could be possible, thanks to research being done at the University of Warwick. According to ...
USDOT offers up to $377.5 million for the University Transportation Centers Program
The United States Department of Transportation is offering up to $377.5 million over the next five years for the University Transportation ...
Stronger, longer bridge girders the aim of research collaboration between University of Alabama, ALDOT
More durable and longer bridge girders could spell cheaper construction costs among other benefits, and a few engineering researchers ...
Illinois Tollway to launch first ever technology test site
The Illinois Tollway is set to build a "living laboratory" which will serve as a unique test site to ...
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Backhoes are getting better as CTLs, compact excavators chip away at market share
Test Drive: 2017 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 4×4 is a pickup built to tow—and keep you connected
Caterpillar will move global HQ to Deerfield, lll., beginning this year
John Deere unveils Fixstern: A lightweight vision for the backhoe of the future (VIDEO)
Ford files patent for sliding pickup bed
Dragged to his death: How to prevent chipper accidents
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Kobelco launches slew of new excavators, improved models
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Test Drive: 2017 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 4×4’s new Duramax engine brings ...
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In major brand shift, Cat is getting rid of letters in ...
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Side-By-Side: Comparing Cat, Deere, Komatsu and Topcon mast-less dozer GPS systems ...
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JCB boosts horsepower 20% with 210 and 215 skid steers
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